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PostSubject: Ethics of Artifice   Mon Oct 26, 2015 4:27 am

Woman is naturely, man is godly. Woman only understands godliness, as man only understands naturality. Man ought to strive for better immitation of God, woman ought to strive for better immitation of nature, for as either will never understand what each is imitating, the *click* that eventually sounds conquest is what counterfeiting what one reflects anyway so as to reflect it better exists for. In the same sense, if women don't up their standards men will continue to make shitty gods, and if men don't up their standards women will continue to make shitty nature, unpure reflections. Though purity is unattainable, yet the imitation in seeking accuracy is art.

This is Pezer's Ethics.


In the final instance, I have only found philosophy to reward my suffering with theretofore unimagined... What? Good shit. That the answer to the world, in the final instance, is "yes." Not the answer to ME. To the WORLD.
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